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HistoryEdit

When the Raid boss first launched in October, 2015 it had a few problem.

  • Chief problem at launch was that the private invite links did not work. The workaround was to make your boss Public and send the boss link to the people you wanted.
  • If your Raid party got killed the health of the boss would reset back up to 100% and you would have to start over and the XP that everyone in the raid party got from attacking would be reduced from then onwards.
  • There also seemed to be an issue with the count for the tiers being incorrect, ie. the number of places filled is less than the number of attackers. This could have be down to players joining the raid without actually attacking.
  • A player's had to have enough personal health to be out of hospital. This was causing problems because as you do not lose personal health when attacking a Raid boss you were open to attack by other players for all the time you spend attacking and healing giving some a free lunch.

There were also a number of complaints about the Raid Boss

  • Crimson Greatbow

    Crimson Greatbow [394/171]

    If you did manage to kill the original Raid boss the rewards were not that impressive. As well as the expected XP and coins one player only got skill points. This is after spending 100s of FP in order to beat it. At the time of its first release the Cave Dragon, Raid boss dropped items with a strength of 565 but there was a limited, 25 FP item for sale, The Crimson Greatbow with a strength of 564
  • The keys required too much energy to collect.
  • The high health of the raid boss was another cause of contention. The first version of the Cave Dragon, had 891.3 billion Health, compare that with the highest co-op boss I can find at the moment, a level 112, The Last Stand of Heimdallr, which only has 444.92 billion health and can be attacked by up to 50 players of any level.
  • If you posted your boss on World Chat there were rumours of Vikings going around deliberately killing the health of a raiding party.
  • There was also a minor problem with to do with duplicate displays of the same Raid boss on the Boss list but this was quickly fixed.

A couple of these issues received definite fixes

  • To make the Raid Boss easier to kill after the Raid party's health has been wiped out checkpoints were introduced. Every 10% (of full health) you get the Boss's Health down will create a save-point. Now if the raid party gets killed instead of regaining full health the Boss' health will only recover as far as this save-point.
  • The invite system is more straightforward but it still seems to have a few problems.
  • You now get a guaranteed reward drop for every Raid Boss you participate in that ends with a kill.
  • The requirement to have personal health while attacking or healing for Raid bosses has been dropped.
  • Key now much easier to find and the locations are restricted to the first few locations which have lower energy requirements per adventure.
  • The initial health of Raid bosses has been lowered to around half what it was making bosses much easier to kill off.
  • They also said that player who is responsible for the raid party wiping out twice will only be able to heal until that Raid boss is finished.
  • The amount of energy and the frequency of the drops has been increased.

(based on post #130 of this thread.)

Changes to the Raid BossEdit

13th August, 2015Edit

Another adjustment to the level bands. The lower tier now goes to 3000, the middle one now goes up another 1500 to 7,499.

12th March, 2015Edit

Top two Level bands adjusted. Mid level now goes to 4999 up 1,000 levels.

17th JulyEdit

Slight changes to Eldjotunn.

  • Initial health increased from 445.8 million to 455.7 million (9.9 million up)
  • Key locations changed from 1st 4 locations to locations 2 to 5.
  • Key names changed from: Key of Ragnarok, Key of Fire, Key of Enormity and Key of Rage.

Lower band's upper limit increased to 2500. Middle band range increased by another 1,000 levels (adding 500 levels) so top tier now starts at 6000+

The rate of health drops seems to be lower

8th October, 2015Edit

Skogsra raid boss introduced.

Levels banding rehashed again. Lower limit raised to 3500. Middle band is now 3501 up to 8999 which means the upper band now starts at 9000.

The boss tab now shows you whether or not you have reach the minimum to get a drop if the Raid boss is killed.

The Benching rule has been extended so that it now possible to get benched for the rest of the event.

5th November, 2015Edit

Gendel's Mother returns with new key names. Keys were called: South Midgard - Key of Grief, Ageir's Sea - Key of Water, Ageir's Passage - Key of Protection and Vanaheim - Key of Maternity.

3rd December, 2015Edit

  • New raid boss, Hafgufa, is released.
  • Raid bosses now have their own button and heading in the Bosses window but instead of being a drop-down like Coop bosses, both methods take you to a separate window where your raid bosses are displayed.
  • Although they now have their own display current, finished and failed Raid bosses are still listed amongst ordinary Coop bosses.
  • Keys seem a little easier to get taking on average 100 adventures to collect all 4

28th January, 2016Edit

  • New raid boss, Disir, is released.
  • Raid boss button is only available when the feature is live the rest of the time it is replaced with a full width select panel.
  • Raid band level requirements changed again. Low is up to 5K. Middle 5K to 10K. High 10K+
  • The message, Our Raid has perished to the Disir. We must rebuild!, now displays in red.

21st April, 2016Edit

The Skogsra returns. Key names are now Pine key, Charcoal key, Hidden key and Mound key.

16th June, 2016Edit

It is the turn of Hafgufa again. Keys have been changed to: Pisces, Apex, Plated and Prehistoric. The boss' initial health has also increased by 1.367 million to 487.38 million.

8th September, 2016Edit

Kano updated the Raid boss page to show you your likelihood of getting a superior drop. According to the forum page none of the underlying mechanics have been changed. They did give however seemed to confirm a suspicion held by quite a few players. That idea being that, your chance of getting a superior drop is, to a certain extent, dependant on how much effort is put into the boss by the other players. The more effort they do the smaller your chance of a purple is.

7th October, 2016Edit

Kano have decided to up the band levels again. The middle tier is now levels 6001 - 10999 up from the previous range of 5001 - 9999.

3rd November, 2016Edit

Once again the level ranges within the tiers have been adjusted. The lower tier now spans 1 - 5699. The middle goes from 5700 - 11199 and the upper starts at 11200. The tiers on the other 2 servers have also been changed. Server2: Lower 0 - 4049, Middle 4050 - 8479 and Upper 8750+ Armor&Kong: Lower 1 - 4249, Middle 4250 - 8499 and Upper 8500+

The way the system deals with unused keys has also been changed. You can still redeem them manually but now if the keys have not been collected manually by the start of the next raid, then this will be done for you automatically. This even applies to keys from before the last raid boss.

24th February, 2017Edit

The drop rewards now presented in a pop-up window instead of in a block to the left of the boss graphic.

20th April, 2017Edit

Updated RB Energy display

This round of Raid bosses brings a nice little refinement to attacks and healing. Previously when healing or attacking from the triple button line an award of free Energy would upset the flow of repeated actions by forcing the buttons to drop down a line. Displaying the Energy award would often caused the next attempted button press to miss. The new display now acts more like a graphic so that no extra line is inserted which means the buttons no longer move.

15th June, 2017Edit

This round sees a change of item for the boss, Saehrimnir. Rather than simply upgrade the stats of the existing items all of the drops have been replaced with version II items. Basically the same name with II tagged on the end. All have had a massive boost in strength of between 180 - 200 per item.

10th August, 2017Edit

This time round it's the Fenrir's items that get the version 2 treatment.

7th September, 2017Edit

Grendel's Mother gets the version II items.

What are Raid Bosses All About?Edit

The Raid Boss is a monthly event run over 4 days. Individual bosses have a 4 day countdown timer. There is no limit to the number of Raid Bosses you can summon (but you can only summon one at a time) or participate in over the duration of the event.

As with all bosses the aim is to reduce the health of the boss down to zero by attacking it. For killing a boss you get drops which may be common or superior. Superior boss drops have very good stats, similar to those of a time limited (25 FP) item.

Raid Bosses differ from other types of boss, in quite a few ways:

  • They remain at the same strength no matter how many times they are killed.
  • The number of attackers in level bands is restricted. Usually you will find the top two tiers are quickly filled but this is rarely the case with the lower level band.
  • Raid boss counter-attacks have no effect on the personal health of their attackers
  • The attackers have a shared health between them (usually in the 200,000 to 300,000 range when at least 18 players occupy the 2 highest bands) and it is this that the boss depletes.
  • The raid party can actually be killed so individual members of the raid party are expected to heal the damage done by the boss as a result of their attacks.
  • They do not drop random items but they will drop random amounts of energy at random times.
  • They give far more XP per attack than expected from a location boss with similar attack and defence stats.

Summoning a Raid BossEdit

To summon a Raid Boss you need to collect four keys from four different Locations within the game. Keys can drop from any quests within the stated Location. Raid Boss keys are found in four Locations. In order to summon a Raid Boss you need a key from each of the four Locations. The only real restriction on summoning a Raid boss is whether your level is high enough to access all the locations where the keys can be found. Logically this means you have to be at least level 100 to reach the first location in Aegir's Passage (assuming that is the highest location).

The highest Energy requirement quests in a Location will have the highest chance of dropping a key.

Key 2 - South Midgard

There is a module that appears near the top of the page that shows you which keys you’ve got (and how many of them) and has a button leading to the next Location (level permitting) where you can earn a key from.

If you have extra keys in your inventory when the Raid Boss event ends they can be exchanged for additional XP (2% of XP required to level). Keys do not have any uses outside of summoning a Raid Boss, they do have nominal stats of [1/1] but they cannot be equipped.

The Raid GroupEdit

Once you have the 4 keys required you can start your Raid Boss. Raid Bosses are a little different from Co-op/World Bosses in that you are restricted to 3 tiers of 10 members in your Raid group. These tiers are dependant on a Viking's level:

Lower tier is Level: 1 - 5700

Middle Tier is Level: 5701 - 11199

Upper Tier is Level: 11200+

As Raid Bosses are private by default each tier while private will has a specific invite code. Only players in that tier’s level range can use the code to join a Raid Boss. If an owner refreshes the invite code on a particular tier it will invalidate any previous invites in that tier that have not been accepted yet. Raid Bosses can also be shared publicly just like regular Bosses.

The Raid group shares a separate Health pool calculated from the members’ overall Health and Defense skill points. The stats contributed by an individual player’s skill point values are locked when they join the Raid party. The Raid group Health pool will update when new members join the Raid.

Fighting the Raid BossEdit

The Raid Boss attack interface is based on the existing Boss fight interface. The main difference is that as well as the usual 1 - 4 Attack and 5 - 20 Attack options, there is also a “Heal Raid” button and the Power Attack button is now renamed Barrage. There seems to be no advantage to doing a Barrage attack like there is for a Power Attack. As with other similar events in the game attack gets far more XP than defence. A heal action will typically get you less than 10% of the XP that an attack would although based on original skill point usage you should only get 50% less for using Energy.

Energy drop

Energy drop example

Raid Boss - No Health

Note: Although it says back to full health the raid boss is at about 60%

When attacked the Raid Boss hits back, very hard, so keeping the Raid group health up is vital because of this players with high energy play an important role.

The Raid Boss will occasionally drop energy when you are attacking or healing. The amount you get varies but will typically be in the range 11 to 45 (from personal experience). An energy drop is displayed as an extra line showing the amount. You will usually notice this because the display drops down by the extra line that it adds so instead of hitting the Barrage or Heal button you miss. As with the Daily Energy Boost these energy drops are capable of filling your energy store above its maximum capacity.

Low health

Low health warning

In order to qualify for a payout when the Raid boss is killed you have to do a minimum of 2,000 actions per Raid boss, 1,000 of which must be Heal actions. You get Heal actions, naturally enough, by healing your raid party. Each unit of Energy spent healing is 1 heal action but you can only heal for 20 Energy. Similarly each unit of Stamina you use to attack is worth 1 attack.

Raid - No Minimum

Oops indeed. I'm sure that 'mean' is meant to be 'meet'

StrategyEdit

The lower your party health is the less damage you do and the more heals it takes to restore the party health. You can exploit this to increase the number of heals you do but it is really not advisable to attack the raid boss too many times without healing. If someone else is attacking at the same time your combined attacks might be enough to wipe out the party health and kill you before you notice.

After the timer runs out on the event the reverse of the above makes good strategy. Since no more bosses are being created it makes sense to preserve the bosses that are left for as long as possible. Attacking when the party health is low (Careful, red or brown) will give the same XP as green but do less damage. Less damage means the boss will last longer so you get more XP from it. I would only recommend this if the bosses health is in the red and the boss has more than a day to go. In extreme cases I would go even further and actually kill the health for 10% or even twice for 20% boss life. The XP is reduced a little bit but is still far above what you would get for a normal location boss.

Killing the Raid BossEdit

When a Raid Boss is defeated, each player, who made the minimum number of actions, will get a loot item. Each of the 6 items has 2 types: a common and a superior version. Each member of the pair are the same apart from the colouring but have different names and strength.

Once a Raid Boss is killed you can immediately start another one if you have the needed keys.

Superior ItemsEdit

The superior items are a unique group of items in that they have purple coloured text. In terms of attack and defence strength, Superior items are a significantly weaker than current Limited Time (25FP) items. When they first came out the were just a little bit weaker but as their stats stay the same from launch to launch they have fallen behind and now lag by at least 180 at time of writing (November, 2016).

To be in with a chance of getting a superior item it looks like you have to be one of the top 2 highest actions in your tier Your chances getting a superior drop are shown to you as your actions increase. Chances range from IMPOSSIBLE (where you have not even reached minimum actions) through to AMAZING. In between these, in rising order of likelihood are: DECENT, PRETTY GOOD and GREAT.

Even with a rating of Amazing you still might not get a superior drop. Someone in your tier could put in more actions than you and lower you down to Pretty Good. There also seems to be a random chance involved so even Amazing is no guarantee of a Superior drop. It is rare, but not unheard of, to get a superior drop without being rated Amazing.

BenchingEdit

This is applied to someone that kills the heal on a Raid boss twice. After they are benched they will only be able to perform healing on that particular Raid boss.

Anyone who kills the raid party health on 3 separate Raid bosses will be benched for the rest of the event. This was introduced after at least one player started joining Raids in order to deliberately kill the health. So now an individual is restricted to killing the health of raid parties a maximum of 5 times before being benched event-wide.

The only exception to being benched event-wide is when a player is fighting the Raid boss which they summoned.

AcknowledgementsEdit

This article was based on these two forum threads: Raid bossesand Eldjotunn walkthrough.

Raid BossesEdit

This section shows the updated Cave Dragon (of 12th March, 2015). The original Cave dragon can still be found on the talk page.

The GrendelEdit

The Grendel Common Kill Rewards

Grendel avatar

Initial Health: 445.8 Million

(was 416.01 Million)

Keys Found in:
South Midgard
Ageir's Sea
Ageir's Passage
Vanaheim


(used to be: Niflheim
Jotunheim
Alfheim
Nidavellir)

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Grendel's Broken Arm.png
Grendel's Broken Arm
[250/108]
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Nobel's Ring.png
Nobel's Ring
[155/203]
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Non-Alcoholic Mead.png
Non-Alcoholic Mead
[202/156]
Clan icon.png
Shady Beast.png
Shady Beast
[109/249]
Clan icon.png
Spoiled Princess.png
Spoiled Princess
[179/179]
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Ugly Noggin.png
Ugly Noggin
[109/249]
Superior Kill Rewards
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Grendel's Arm.png
Grendel's Arm
[407/177]
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Grendel's Head.png
Grendel's Head
[330/254]
Battle icon.png
Heorot Mead.png
Heorot Mead
[177/407]
Clan icon.png
Princess Freawaru.png
Princess Freawaru
[331/253]
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Ring of Hrothgar.png
Ring of Hrothgar
[254/330]
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Sceadugenga.png
Sceadugenga
[201/383]

EldjotunnEdit

Eldjotunn Common Kill Rewards

Eldjotunn Avatar

Initial Health: 455.7 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Brilliance

Ageir's Sea
Key of Destruction

Ageir's Passage
Key of Enmity

Vanaheim
Key of Twilight

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Glow Scythe.png
Glow Scythe
[257/115]
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Belt of Vexation.png
Belt of Vexation
[209/163]
Clan icon.png
Half Giant Youth.png
Half Giant Youth
[257/115]
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Hearth Boots.png
Hearth Boots
[160/212]
Clan icon.png
Amateur Giantslayer.png
Amateur Giantslayer
[186/186]
Battle icon.png
Noxious Arrows.png
Noxious Arrows
[115/257]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Incandescent Scythe.png
Incandescent Scythe
[417/181]
Battle icon.png
Belt of Wrath.png
Belt of Wrath
[363/235]
Clan icon.png
Half Giant.png
Half Giant
[416/182]
Battle icon.png
Furnace Boots.png
Furnace Boots
[259/339]
Clan icon.png
Giantslayer.png
Giantslayer
[359/239]
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Sulfuric Arrows.png
Sulfuric Arrows
[235/363]

FenrirEdit

Fenrir Common Kill Rewards

Fenrir avatar
Initial Health: 465.6 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Thviti Key

Ageir's Sea
Gjoll Key

Ageir's Passage
Gleipnir Key

Vanaheim
Gelgja Key

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Bog Spears II.png
Bog Spears II
[385/207]
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Bog Helm II.png
Bog Helm II
[385/207]
Clan icon.png
Erratic Fensprite II.png
Erratic Fensprite II
[385/207]
Battle icon.png
Wolftooth Club II.png
Wolftooth Club II
[207/385]
Battle icon.png
Hallowed Gauntlets II.png
Hallowed Gauntlets II
[207/385]
Clan icon.png
Van River Lurker II.png
Van River Lurker II
[207/385]
Superior Kill Rewards
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Fen Dweller Spears II.png
Fen Dweller Spears II
[540/292]
Battle icon.png
Helm of Binding II.png
Helm of Binding II
[540/292]
Clan icon.png
Fensprite II.png
Fensprite II
[540/292]
Battle icon.png
Fame Wolf Club II.png
Fame Wolf Club II
[292/540]
Battle icon.png
Gauntlets of Tyr II.png
Gauntlets of Tyr II
[292/540]
Clan icon.png
Van River Guardian II.png
Van River Guardian II
[292/540]

Original FenrirEdit

Fenrir Common Kill Rewards

Fenrir avatar
Initial Health: 465.6 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Thviti Key

Ageir's Sea
Gjoll Key

Ageir's Passage
Gleipnir Key

Vanaheim
Gelgja Key

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Bog Spears.png
Bog Spears
[263/115]
Battle icon.png
Bog Helm.png
Bog Helm
[263/115]
Clan icon.png
Erratic Fensprite.png
Erratic Fensprite
[263/115]
Battle icon.png
Wolftooth Club.png
Wolftooth Club
[164/212]
Battle icon.png
Hallowed Gauntlets.png
Hallowed Gauntlets
[164/212]
Clan icon.png
Van River Lurker.png
Van River Lurker
[164/212]
Superior Kill Rewards
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Fen Dweller Spears.png
Fen Dweller Spears
[420/184]
Battle icon.png
Helm of Binding.png
Helm of Binding
[420/184]
Clan icon.png
Fensprite.png
Fensprite
[420/184]
Battle icon.png
Fame Wolf Club.png
Fame Wolf Club
[262/340]
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Gauntlets of Tyr.png
Gauntlets of Tyr
[262/340]
Clan icon.png
Van River Guardian.png
Van River Guardian
[262/340]

Cave DragonEdit

Cave Dragon Random Kill Rewards

Cave dragon avatar

Initial Health: 426 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Molten Key

Ageir's Sea
Key of Darkness

Ageir's Passage
Key of Confinement

Vanaheim
Key of Earth

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Dwarven Mercenary.png
Dwarven Mercenary
[250/108]
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Peace Sceptre.png
Peace Sceptre
[202/156]
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Cavern Lantern.png
Cavern Lantern
[250/108]
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Crusher.png
Crusher
[108/250]
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Vassal Helm.png
Vassal Helm
[156/202]
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Digger.png
Digger
[108/250]
Superior Kill Rewards
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Mechanicrusher.png
Mechanicrusher
[172/394]
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Dwarflord Helm.png
Dwarflord Helm
[172/394]
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Dwarven Deathlord.png
Dwarven Deathlord
[172/394]
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Dwarven Tunneler.png
Dwarven Tunneler
[394/172]
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War Sceptre.png
War Sceptre
[394/172]
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Mystic Lantern.png
Mystic Lantern
[172/394]

Grendel's MotherEdit

Grendel's Mother Common Kill Rewards

Grendels mother avatar
Initial Health: 475.5 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of the Lake

Ageir's Sea
Key of the 9th Hour

Ageir's Passage
Key of Murder

Vanaheim
Key of Retribution

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Ornery Claws II.png
Ornery Claws II
[391/211]
Battle icon.png
Vial of Sobs II.png
Vial of Sobs II
[391/211]
Clan icon.png
Lesser Cainspawn II.png
Lesser Cainspawn II
[391/211]
Battle icon.png
Hrunting II.png
Hrunting II
[211/391]
Battle icon.png
Claw Resistant Armor II.png
Claw Resistant Armor II
[211/391]
Clan icon.png
Pond Hag II.png
Pond Hag II
[211/391]
Superior Kill Rewards
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Ferocious Claws II.png
Ferocious Claws II
[548/294]
Battle icon.png
Vial of Tears II.png
Vial of Tears II
[548/294]
Clan icon.png
Cainspawn II.png
Cainspawn II
[548/294]
Battle icon.png
Naegling II.png
Naegling II
[294/548]
Battle icon.png
Clawproof Armor II.png
Clawproof Armor II
[294/548]
Clan icon.png
Lake Hag II.png
Lake Hag II
[294/548]

Original VersionEdit

Grendel's Mother Common Kill Rewards

Grendels mother avatar
Initial Health: 475.5 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of the Lake

Ageir's Sea
Key of the 9th Hour

Ageir's Passage
Key of Murder

Vanaheim
Key of Retribution

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Ornery Claws.png
Ornery Claws
[266/116]
Battle icon.png
Vial of Sobs.png
Vial of Sobs
[266/116]
Clan icon.png
Lesser Cainspawn.png
Lesser Cainspawn
[266/116]
Battle icon.png
Hrunting.png
Hrunting
[165/215]
Battle icon.png
Claw Resistant Armor.png
Claw Resistant Armor
[165/215]
Clan icon.png
Pond Hag.png
Pond Hag
[165/215]
Superior Kill Rewards
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Ferocious Claws.png
Ferocious Claws
[423/185]
Battle icon.png
Vial of Tears.png
Vial of Tears
[423/185]
Clan icon.png
Cainspawn.png
Cainspawn
[423/185]
Battle icon.png
Naegling.png
Naegling
[263/343]
Battle icon.png
Clawproof Armor.png
Clawproof Armor
[263/343]
Clan icon.png
Lake Hag.png
Lake Hag
[263/343]

SaehrimnirEdit

Introduced 18th June, 2015

Saehrimnir Common Kill Rewards

Saehrimnir Avatar
Initial Health: 478.47 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Pork

Ageir's Sea
Key of the Feast

Ageir's Passage
Key of Renewal

Vanaheim
Key of Slaughter

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Noshblade II.png
Noshblade II
[343/229]
Battle icon.png
Daily Mail II.png
Daily Mail II
[343/229]
Clan icon.png
Emergency Rations II.png
Emergency Rations II
[343/229]
Battle icon.png
Blunt Axe of Slaughter II.png
Blunt Axe of Slaughter II
[247/325]
Battle icon.png
Bramble Boots II.png
Bramble Boots II
[247/325]
Clan icon.png
Battle Dancers II.png
Battle Dancers II
[247/325]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Feastblade II.png
Feastblade II
[487/325]
Battle icon.png
Circadian Chainmail II.png
Circadian Chainmail II
[487/325]
Clan icon.png
Godswine II.png
Godswine II
[487/325]
Battle icon.png
Axe of Slaughter II.png
Axe of Slaughter II
[352/460]
Battle icon.png
Greenthorn Boots II.png
Greenthorn Boots II
[352/460]
Clan icon.png
Ecdysiasts II.png
Ecdysiasts II
[352/460]


Original ItemsEdit

Saehrimnir Common Kill Rewards

Saehrimnir Avatar
Initial Health: 478.47 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Pork

Ageir's Sea
Key of the Feast

Ageir's Passage
Key of Renewal

Vanaheim
Key of Slaughter

Battle icon.png
Noshblade.png
Noshblade
[269/117]
Battle icon.png
Daily Mail.png
Daily Mail
[269/117]
Clan icon.png
Emergency Rations.png
Emergency Rations
[269/117]
Battle icon.png
Blunt Axe of Slaughter.png
Blunt Axe of Slaughter
[166/218]
Battle icon.png
Bramble Boots.png
Bramble Boots
[166/218]
Clan icon.png
Battle Dancers.png
Battle Dancers
[166/218]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Feastblade.png
Feastblade
[426/186]
Battle icon.png
Circadian Chainmail.png
Circadian Chainmail
[426/186]
Clan icon.png
Godswine.png
Godswine
[426/186]
Battle icon.png
Axe of Slaughter.png
Axe of Slaughter
[264/346]
Battle icon.png
Greenthorn Boots.png
Greenthorn Boots
[264/346]
Clan icon.png
Ecdysiasts.png
Ecdysiasts
[264/346]

The Wild HuntEdit

Introduced 13th August, 2015

The Wild Hunt Common Kill Rewards

The Wild Hunt Avatar
Initial Health: 481.44 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Bloodlust

Ageir's Sea
Key of Wodan

Ageir's Passage
Key of the Hound

Vanaheim
Key of Pursuit

Battle icon.png
Hunting Pike.png
Hunting Pike
[272/118]
Battle icon.png
Heavy Hunting Armor.png
Heavy Hunting Armor
[272/118]
Clan icon.png
Spear Bearer.png
Spear Bearer
[272/118]
Battle icon.png
Ornamental Spear.png
Ornamental Spear
[167/221]
Battle icon.png
Insane Mount.png
Insane Mount
[167/221]
Clan icon.png
Mongrel.png
Mongrel
[167/221]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Pike of the Wild Hunt.png
Pike of the Wild Hunt
[429/187]
Battle icon.png
Armor of the Wild Hunt.png
Armor of the Wild Hunt
[429/187]
Clan icon.png
Wild Hunter.png
Wild Hunter
[429/187]
Battle icon.png
Woden Spear.png
Woden Spear
[265/349]
Battle icon.png
Hotblooded Steed.png
Hotblooded Steed
[265/349]
Clan icon.png
Wolfhound.png
Wolfhound
[265/349]

SkogsraEdit

Introduced 8th October, 2015

Skogsra Common Kill Rewards

Skogsra avatar
Initial Health: 484.41 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of the Forest

Ageir's Sea
Key of Secrets

Ageir's Passage
Key of Luring

Vanaheim
Key of Beauty

Battle icon.png
Mountain Hammer.png
Mountain Hammer
[275/119]
Battle icon.png
Enchanted Satchel.png
Enchanted Satchel
[275/119]
Clan icon.png
Timber Wolf.png
Timber Wolf
[275/119]
Battle icon.png
Wildfire Axe.png
Wildfire Axe
[168/224]
Battle icon.png
Forest Robes.png
Forest Robes
[168/224]
Clan icon.png
Novice.png
Novice
[168/224]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Skogsra Hammer.png
Skogsra Hammer
[432/188]
Battle icon.png
Skogsra Satchel.png
Skogsra Satchel
[432/188]
Clan icon.png
Mountain Wolf.png
Mountain Wolf
[432/188]
Battle icon.png
Slash n Burn.png
Slash n Burn
[266/352]
Battle icon.png
Wildwood Robes.png
Wildwood Robes
[266/352]
Clan icon.png
Loremaster.png
Loremaster
[266/352]

HafgufaEdit

Introduced 3rd December, 2015

Hafgufa Common Kill Rewards

Hafgufa Avatar
Initial Health: 486.013 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Abyssal Key

Ageir's Sea
Devonian Key

Ageir's Passage
Key of Fishes

Vanaheim
Pelagic Key

Battle icon.png
Diving Knives.png
Diving Knives
[278/120]
Battle icon.png
Rogue Cloak.png
Rogue Cloak
[278/120]
Clan icon.png
Shore Guardian.png
Shore Guardian
[278/120]
Battle icon.png
Fillet Axe.png
Fillet Axe
[169/227]
Battle icon.png
Hidespike Bracers.png
Hidespike Bracers
[169/227]
Clan icon.png
Briny Hunter.png
Briny Hunter
[169/227]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Poseidon Blades.png
Poseidon Blades
[435/189]
Battle icon.png
Red Tide Cloak.png
Red Tide Cloak
[435/189]
Clan icon.png
Acolyte of the Abyss.png
Acolyte of the Abyss
[435/189]
Battle icon.png
Hafgufa Bane.png
Hafgufa Bane
[267/355]
Battle icon.png
Oilhide Bracers.png
Oilhide Bracers
[267/355]
Clan icon.png
Abyssal Slayer.png
Abyssal Slayer
[267/355]

DisirEdit

Introduced 28th January, 2016

Disir Common Kill Rewards

Disir Avatar
Initial Health: 490.35 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Spirits

Ageir's Sea
Key of Stone

Ageir's Passage
Key of Warding

Vanaheim
Key of Fate

Battle icon.png
Feral Blade.png
Feral Blade
[281/121]
Battle icon.png
Guardian Armor.png
Guardian Armor
[281/121]
Clan icon.png
Warden.png
Warden
[281/121]
Battle icon.png
Pale Axe.png
Pale Axe
[230/170]
Battle icon.png
Ceremonial Helm.png
Ceremonial Helm
[230/170]
Clan icon.png
Hooligan.png
Hooligan
[230/170]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Ferocious Greatsword.png
Ferocious Greatsword
[438/190]
Battle icon.png
Dis Armor.png
Dis Armor
[438/190]
Clan icon.png
Dis.png
Dis
[438/190]
Battle icon.png
Spectral Axe.png
Spectral Axe
[268/358]
Battle icon.png
Disablot Helm.png
Disablot Helm
[268/358]
Clan icon.png
Horror.png
Horror
[268/358]

Svartalfr AssassinEdit

Introduced 24th March, 2016

Svartalfr Assassin Common Kill Rewards

Svartalfr Assassin Avatar
Initial Health: 493.32 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Ebony

Ageir's Sea
Key of Svartalfheim

Ageir's Passage
Omega Key

Vanaheim
Key of Artifice

Battle icon.png
Murder Blade.png
Murder Blade
[284/122]
Battle icon.png
Gloom Cowl.png
Gloom Cowl
[284/122]
Clan icon.png
Killer.png
Killer
[284/122]
Battle icon.png
Sharpshot Crossbow.png
Sharpshot Crossbow
[171/233]
Battle icon.png
Quicks Bolts.png
Quicks Bolts
[171/233]
Clan icon.png
Crossbow Guard.png
Crossbow Guard
[171/233]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Coup De Grace.png
Coup De Grace
[441/191]
Battle icon.png
Svartalfr Cowl.png
Svartalfr Cowl
[441/191]
Clan icon.png
Svartalfr Agent.png
Svartalfr Agent
[441/191]
Battle icon.png
Snuffer.png
Snuffer
[269/361]
Battle icon.png
Breakneck Bolts.png
Breakneck Bolts
[269/361]
Clan icon.png
Marksman.png
Marksman
[269/361]

WendigoEdit

Introduced 19th May, 2016

Wendigo Common Kill Rewards

Wendigo Avatar
Initial Health: 496.29 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Key of Famine

Ageir's Sea
Key of Flesh

Ageir's Passage
Key of the North

Vanaheim
Key of Corruption

Battle icon.png
Rubble Sling.png
Rubble Sling
[287/123]
Battle icon.png
Audacious Armor.png
Audacious Armor
[287/123]
Clan icon.png
Outlaw.png
Outlaw
[287/123]
Battle icon.png
Flesh Hewer.png
Flesh Hewer
[172/236]
Battle icon.png
Gluttons Gauntlets.png
Gluttons Gauntlets
[172/236]
Clan icon.png
Man Eater.png
Man Eater
[172/236]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Sling of the Wastes.png
Sling of the Wastes
[444/192]
Battle icon.png
Intrepid Armor.png
Intrepid Armor
[444/192]
Clan icon.png
Wastewalker.png
Wastewalker
[444/192]
Battle icon.png
Hungry Axe.png
Hungry Axe
[270/364]
Battle icon.png
Graspers.png
Graspers
[270/364]
Clan icon.png
Corrupted.png
Corrupted
[270/364]

Ulfhednar (the raid boss)Edit

Introduced: 13th July, 2017

Ulfhednar Common Kill Rewards

Ulfhednar Avatar
Initial Health: 511.14 Million

Keys Found in:

South Midgard
Trance Key

Ageir's Sea
Champion Key

Ageir's Passage
Chosen Key

Vanaheim
Bear Shirt Key

Battle icon.png
Wolf Pup Axe.png
Wolf Pup Axe
[350/232]
Battle icon.png
Berserker Cloth.png
Berserker Cloth
[350/232]
Clan icon.png
Ulfhednar Apprentice.png
Ulfhednar Apprentice
[350/232]
Battle icon.png
Glacing Blade.png
Glacing Blade
[232/350]
Battle icon.png
Ulfhednar Hood.png
Ulfhednar Hood
[232/350]
Clan icon.png
Peasant Thrall.png
Peasant Thrall
[232/350]
Superior Kill Rewards
Battle icon.png
Wolf Axe.png
Wolf Axe
[494/328]
Battle icon.png
Berserker Tunic.png
Berserker Tunic
[494/328]
Clan icon.png
Ulfhednar Companion.png
Ulfhednar Companion
[494/328]
Battle icon.png
Biting Blade.png
Biting Blade
[328/494]
Battle icon.png
Ulfhednar Cowl.png
Ulfhednar Cowl
[328/494]
Clan icon.png
Warrior Thrall.png
Warrior Thrall
[328/494]

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